Welcome! We invite you to make a 'Sacred Space' in your day, praying here and now, as you visit our website, with the help of scripture chosen every day and on-screen guidance.
Something to think and pray about this week
If I have something I want to say that is too difficult for adults to swallow,
then I will write it in a book for children. . . .
Children still haven’t closed themselves off with fear of the unknown,
fear of revolution, or the scramble for security.
They are still familiar with the inborn vocabulary of myth.
—Madeleine L’Engle, A Circle of Quiet
What did I love when I was a child? What did I believe, and to what did I commit myself before any adults told me what I should commit to or what I should believe or love? Can I remember that far back? Unless my childhood was horrendous in some way—and some childhoods are—I did enjoy a time, however brief, when I trusted my child’s intuition, when I could commune quite easily with my spirit and with God.
Excerpted from Daily Inspiration for Women by Ginny Kubitz Moyer, Jessica Mesman Griffith, Vinita Hampton Wright, and Margaret Silf